Scammers are asking for payment of so-called delivery fees for Emirates IDs.
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DUBAI – The Federal Authority for Identity and Citizenship (ICA) has issued a warning against scammers targeting UAE residents receiving their Emirates ID.
According to ICA, scammers have contacted citizens and residents to ask for payment of delivery fees for their Emirates ID.
In a tweet on Tuesday (April 6), the ICA urged the public to be cautious about responding to any financial transactions related to the delivery of the Emirates ID.
“All fees are already pre-collected during the phases of application processing,” according to the ICA.
The authority urged customers to call 6005 22222 for inquiries or to report suspicious activities. ICA/Expat Media
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